The economy and the way we work are going to change totally

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Faced with this reality of confinement, everyone is looking for options to continue generating income from home. We must not turn a blind eye to the possibility that this situation of social isolation may continue for a few more months. But there are options to be produced, some will be able to do so with large amounts, others not so much, but little by little options are being discovered that are an escape valve in this harsh economic, social and health reality.

It is possible that this is one of those great changes that as a social organization comes to us once this period of quarantine is over and we can re-enter life in society as we were used to, but it will not be the same, that's for sure, it will NOT be the same as it was before this.

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After months of confinement, there will be those who have found good income options and will simply not be able to return to their previous jobs, if they still exist, which will determine a new model of life, work, social organization, increasingly dependent on the Internet and technology.

Is this bad?

I don't think so, at least for me it would be a big step in the independence of many, to be able to have their time, organize it and use it as they see fit.

Another major change that can be anticipated is in consumer habits. Let us imagine then that a more global business model has been established that involves working from home. In the face of this reality, more and more options are emerging to satisfy some basic human needs such as bringing food home, as well as basic health services, all designed to facilitate many processes for which people generally have to leave their homes in order to perform or use them.

  • Teleworking could be a new trend that will continue beyond this crisis. On the one hand, workers who realize that they can do from home and with my effectiveness the work they did for a certain company, will already think if it is really necessary to undertake the daily journey to and from the office facilities.

On the other hand, companies are surely already evaluating the savings that can be generated in rent, payment of services (electricity, water, telephone, etc.), if they maintain a teleworking system.

I am very clear that not all the work can be done in this way but surely those who can keep their companies afloat from this way of working, are doing it and many will continue to implement it, of that I have no doubt.
We are simply changing, society is changing, and the longer the quarantine period, the more pronounced the changes will be.

What things and habits do you feel have changed in you?

Do you feel that you'll be the same and return to the social routine as you were before the pandemic began?

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Thamk you :)

Teleworking has been a potent way to generate income and has proved useful in this period of isolation. However, not many people have access to internet facilities. I hope it will get better with time.
Nice piece buddy

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Thanks @samminator for your comment.
Yes, you are right, there are still many sites that do not enjoy the necessary infrastructure, although it seems a lie in these times in which there is so much progress.

We will see what happens with all this.

I really agree with you on this issues, some businesses after calculating costs may just prefer that staff work from home as that will reduce the payment of bills and transportation facilities.

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Thank you for commenting @ireti, time will define what will be done in this regard. Or perhaps a kind of communion will emerge between a

My habits have not changed because I have been working from home for about 13 years. But I must admit that this worries me because it generates enormous competition that I did not have before. The advantage is that I know the job and all the mechanisms and tricks, so I think that whoever does not capitalize on that at the moment, is going to let the train pass and not be able to take it again.

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That's very good, to have a way with this kind of work. Really @reinaldoverdu you are very lucky to be in this for a long time, as you say, you have more competition, but this kind of work is not for everyone.

everyone is looking for options to continue generating income from home

This is actually the new system used by most people even the government has now provided means for practicing such system due to the lock down issue caused by coronavirus.

After months of confinement, there will be those who have found good income options and will simply not be able to return to their previous jobs

I strongly agree with you on this most especially if the work is paying more than their place of work and also there is great joy and happiness working from your comfort zone.

What things and habits do you feel have changed in you?

Sincerely, all I think of these days is how to earn money online and this is why I am much very active on platforms like Steemit just to earn few bucks.

Also, I have also applied to a programming class to start learning programming for the benefit of learning, solving problems and earning more money online and I hope my dreams will come true.

Do you feel that you'll be the same and return to the social routine as you were before the pandemic began?

This is actually a capital NO for me because I'm even changing before the quarantine and lot of things has really changed about me since the beginning of the lock down. I guess this is really happening because "change is constant".

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In countries with a loose economy, undisturbed, homogeneous and without internal conflicts, teleworking can be a great achievement in aspects that no one can imagine, such as: reducing the carbon footprint, reducing operating costs that the company would pay, and those that the worker would pay for transportation and food outside the home. You have to organize for the future on a large scale.
Great post @josevas217

I strongly belief that working from home has helped lots of people to balance family time and work time.

We must not turn a blind eye to the possibility that this situation of social isolation may continue for a few more months.

From the statistics, people might stay home for a longer time if there is no vaccine foe this virus.

On the other hand, companies are surely already evaluating the savings that can be generated in rent, payment of services (electricity, water, telephone, etc.), if they maintain a teleworking system.

A lot of things will change, a lot of businesses will go bankrupt, a lot of businesses will use teleworking, a lot of ..... in summary it will look like a complete reboot system

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HI @futurekr

I DIDN'T REALIZE I DIDN'T ANSWER YOU. SORRY ABOUT THAT.

As you say, a full reboot, that's like a title for a publication he

It could be months of confinement, certainly. It is NOT known, as long as there is no treatment that actually eliminates the virus or the vaccine, this will be prolonged, unfortunately.

A lot of habits will change and a lot of events will die or rise after this lockdown. Most companies have started looking at workers working from home as it will save them a lot of costs. Also, shows and exhibitions might gradually come back to life but very slowly.

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Certainly, this issue of crowding will take a long time to get back to normal. I hadn't thought of that.

Thank you for your comment.

Everything is definitely going to change, I can imagine people getting used to the act of working from home and the streets are still almost empty even after the viral outbreak is over.

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Yes, there will be a radical change, I think so too.
It's just a matter of time before we see what's coming.
Without a doubt. Wait and adapt.
Thank you @ojerinde